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"I really like Mrs. Fosten's structured day.  She sticks to her schedule and I like the fact that she is no nonsense when it comes to work... The best thing is that Laren wants to go to school every day with no problem; even running to the door" -Karen Blackmon                ----------------------------------------------------When Angelo started Creative Beginnings he was only 2 years old; and in our eyes he was still a baby.  However, in that year Angelo started dressing himself and showing me that he was independent.  Angelo was writing, reading and doing math.  I was amazed; Mrs. Fosten had my little baby growing up before my eyes.  God Bless you Mrs. Fosten.  Keep up the good work.   -Mrs. Tenion                     ----------------------------------------------------             Click to Read More

 


The first years of your child’s life are special because great developmental strides are made as your child moves toward independence.

Progress is continually evident in your child's emotional growth, social skills, verbal communication, intellectual awareness, and physical capability.

Creative Beginnings Pre-School Academy's program has been designed to nurture the full range of these developing skills and interests in a small group setting.

Creative Beginnings focuses on three important developmental learning areas: socio-emotional, cognitive and physical development. Through attention to these areas, an integrated and effective developmental approach to learning is achieved.

Socio-Emotional CognitivePhysical Nondiscrimination Statement

Socio-Emotional
At
Creative Beginnings, children gain independence and self-control by learning to trust others and by learning the appropriate ways to take initiative while respecting others. Children are also encouraged to make decisions, use reasoning skills, practice listening, explore their environment and express, understand and handle their feelings. They are also guided to expand their attention by choosing to persevere at specific tasks for extended times.

Creative Beginnings focuses on helping young children enhance self-esteem, exhibit positive attitudes and demonstrate pro-social behavior. This is achieved by encouraging children to help each other, giving them words they can use to express how they feel and encouraging cooperation instead of competition.

Cognitive
Children learn by doing. They learn simple concepts, then build on them to tackle bigger and more complex tasks and ideas. By using their senses, infants and toddlers discover that objects have weight, volume, color and texture. Preschoolers and kindergartners learn by interacting with materials and with other people.

Language development is an important cognitive skill. As infants learn that sounds have meaning, they begin to practice cooing and babbling and producing their own sounds. This leads to being able to understand and respond to words and they begin to name objects. As they grow, toddlers expand their vocabulary by listening to family members, teachers and other children. Preschoolers use words as symbols for people, things, movements, feelings and ideas. They also develop the ability to talk about their observations as they explore the world. This is the beginning of emerging literacy.

At this stage of their early childhood development, young children learn to group and classify things. This includes descriptive classifications like size, color and shape. The ability to classify is a critical thinking skill that allows children to make sense of their experiences and the world around them. Through the development of language and the ability to think in terms of classes, numbers and relationships, children acquire the foundation for such abstract skills as reading, writing and computing.

Creative Beginnings focuses on helping young children acquire learning and problem solving skills, expand logical thinking skills, acquire concepts leading to a fuller understanding of the immediate world, participate in make-believe play, expand verbal communications skills, and develop beginning reading and writing skills. Ways to facilitate these learning processes include calling attention to sensory experiences during the course of the day, comments on a child's ideas, or providing basins of water so that children can see what sinks and what floats.

Physical
Gross motor development includes activities like throwing, catching, skipping, climbing and balancing. The
Creative Beginnings environment provides a safe space, equipment and plenty of time for children to practice new skills. Mastering gross motor skills leads to the ability to gain fine muscle control and coordination.

Fine motor skills are refined through activities like building block towers, stringing beads, drawing circles and placing pegs in holes.

When children string beads, learn to zip, or line up shells, they are refining their eye-hand coordination, their small muscle skills and their sense of direction. Developing these skills lays the foundation for cognitive abilities needed for reading, writing and math.

Creative Beginnings focuses on helping young children enhance their gross and fine motor skills and use all senses in learning. This can be achieved by scheduling time for active play every day, and using a variety of materials and equipment that require children to use their new motor skills.

By focusing on children's socio-emotional, cognitive and physical growth, Creative Beginnings promotes an effective developmental approach to learning.

Nondiscrimination Statement
No person shall, on the basis of race, color, religious belief, or national origin, be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or subjected to discrimination under any Creative Beginnings Pre-School Academy program.

Enrollment Forms

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